It was no different than the end of every day. Hop in the car and drive the 2.2 miles from the nursery to my house. But as we were leaving we see a ton of smoke coming from the field. And its starting to get super thick. My brother and I knew something was on fire so we drove out to what possibly has caught on fire. Somehow either an old ember or heat in a compost pile has caught flame, or an employee lit some boxes on fire without permission. Either way our burn pile is lit. A 30 mph wind is not helping things and soon its big and moving fast. We hadn’t burned our pile all winter and its probably a half an acre big and 15 foot tall. The smoke becomes so thick you can barely drive to it and the neighbor across the street is taking a direct hit of smoke even though they are a good 1500 yards away. There is no other choice but to call the fire department.
I have to admit, I’m embarrassed. I can handle my own shit. If I make a mistake I can usually fix it. I may have to call in some friends but I get it done. I can’t think of more than a few situations I’ve been in that I couldn’t take care of. We needed some help here. I needed the fire department and their water to keep the fire from spreading. If they didn’t it, was about to hit the heart of the pile and when that hits, we’re in a heap of trouble. So I call and they came. Lights flashing. Letting the whole world we have a problem. And they kept coming. Eventually there were three water trucks with six hoses dousing the pile. There was so much smoke I don’t think my car will ever smell new again. I threw my clothes away. My brother got the big articulating loader and covered things in dirt and made a big path down the middle of the pile to keep the fire from jumping. And the men with the hoses worked the fire down and wet down the edges.
They got it under control but there were probably 15 guys out there working. They looked like they were actually enjoying working together since their town isn’t very big and they don’t get many real fires. Maybe I’m just trying to make myself feel better by saying they enjoyed it because I really hated to take time away from their dinner and their families. I did tell them I appreciate what they did but I am going to take something down to the station tomorrow to say thank you. I’ve always been appreciative for the work of everyone in civil service but I needed this reminder to make sure to thank them, even when you’re not using them. They give up their safety and time to make our lives safer and that should never be taken for granted. Here are today’s names. Click on them for current price
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Domain of the Day: Lectures.com Five figure name IMO with CPC of online education. The fastest growing and most profitable new area of education
Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction
411Crypto.com Get the 411 on everything crypto.
Lectures.com Five figure name IMO with CPC of online education. The fastest growing and most profitable new area of education
VirtualCrypto.com Already has 31 bidders. Virtual and crypto go together very well.
YL.io Surprised bidding on this is only at $10
MRWH.com 100% sure this one hits reserve since its under $1000. H for holdings
BKOH.com I like this one because o in the second to last spot is great for something something of something. And OH can be Ohio
TypoArt.com if typos are art then I’m Picasso . No bids. 1998 birthday
LiveSeafood.com Fresh seafood is the best. Living in Illinois we don’t have much available. Only 4 bidders
BeeView.com I think Bee names are a good investment right now. Bees are a hot industry right now
KGA.com Looks like it going to meet reserve. A for association
01656.com The Chinese sure are liking the numbers that start with Zero.
Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids
EXTE.com It’s getting bids as a pronounceable not just an acronym
SonicSystems.com 1997 birthday. 26 bids
BlockChainWallet.info And the award for fitting every hot crypto keyword into one domain goes too…..
SFLS.com Some of the better letters we’ve seen in a LLLL.com in the last few months on GD
BDFD.com This one isn’t too shabby either. Might actually go higher than the above LLLL.com
FuelGuide.com Could be GAS like in crypto or find the best gas prices at the local gas stations
Frook.com Nice 5L for under $150 IMO
Hookr.com I know what I think of first. You probably do to. Yep. Hook rug making
LoveDomains.com Good for someone in our industry
Journalisted.com 89,000 backlinks have this as the highest price on the board
IRHC.com Love this one. We all know C is coveted at the end
Sweep.net Good enough to have the dot net worth $500 or so wholesale IMO
Haze.net Another one here
Ibana.com Upgrade name for quite a few companies and people
Striving.com Positive name, just not positive it will meet reserve
MoonCat.com Certainly easy to say, spell, and remember
VapeCartridges.com Hundreds of millions spent on vape juice
Godaddy Names With No Bids
Scientex.com Upgrade name for a few companies
IntelligenOptions.com Makes it sound like if you pick them you’ve made a smart choice
ShipMyCycle.com Motorcycle shipping service. No bids
StraightGarden.com The gay garden is so much more fun
BabeMart.com Has the best prices in town on Babes. 1999 name with one bid
EB88.com The 88 should bring a few buyers
FindYourPet.org I think the dot org works really well with finding lost pets
Comparison.cc Compare cryptocurrencies? A bit of a reach but No bids.
ThemeBoat.com I thought it was a clever name to sell WP themes. Nobody else agrees. No bids
Squingy.com I think brand bucket would take this one. Just a guess
Godaddy Names With Bids
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